All our lives are defined by relationships. Whether it is family, friends or significant others, they make up some of the most significant pieces of who we are.

Though they can be blessings, they can also be sources of pain. The Bible offers us helpful wisdom to navigate every relationship we find ourselves in.


In this sermon, “Cupid or Stupid,” we explore the wisdom of Proverbs 3:5-7 and the prayerful desires of Philippians 1:9-10.

We dive into the essence of agape love, navigate the thin line between romantic whims and godly discernment, and discovering the path to enduring, God-centered relationships.

Week 1: 2/7 & 2/18 — DANIEL STEVANUS


In this sermon “Parent Trap,” anchored in Matthew 22:36-40, we unravel the key principles of love and relationships as Jesus taught.

Exploring the greatest commandments, we look into the divine blueprint for healthy connections, urging believers to embrace God’s love for themselves and extend it to others, including parents.

Week 2: 2/21 & 2/25 — JESSICA COATES


In this sermon “Frienemies,” rooted in Colossians 3:13 and James 4:1-6, we confront the challenges of navigating friendships.

Unveiling God’s grace and wisdom, we explore forgiveness, humility and the pursuit of peace in the face of relational conflicts. Ultimately, we will discover the transformative power of Christ in fostering healthy, Christ-centered friendships.

Week 3: 2/28 & 3/3 — TREVOR MILLER


In this sermon “Inner Circle,” we draw wisdom from 1 Corinthians 15:33 and 2 Corinthians 6:14, we look into the significance of choosing our closest companions wisely.

Exploring the influence of our inner circle, we discover the biblical principles guiding the formation of relationships that uplift, inspire, and align with God’s purpose.

Week 4: 3/6 & 3/10 — CHRIS MORGAN